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Artifact By Kevin J. Anderson

Artifact
by Kevin J. Anderson

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Oilman Frik van Alman uncovers four strange stones that lay in an underwater cavern, until his oil drill draws them to the surface in the course of an exploratory drilling off the shore of Venezuela. The stones are eerie, unearthly, and have strange properties. But, before Frik can do anything about them, they disappear.
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Artifact by Kevin J. Anderson

Four bestselling authors combine their unique talents in an action-packed novel that delivers enough excitement, intrigue, suspense and adventure for a lifetime. This potent collaboration started with Janet Berliner, who has always been fascinated by the danger and thrill of daredevils. She challenged the most exciting writers she knew to write stories about the most daring, death-defying risks they could imagine. When the results came in, the four writers realized that they had something extraordinary; not stories, but the seeds of a tremendously exciting novel. The excitement starts when oilman Frik van Alman uncovers four strange stones that lay in an underwater cavern, until his oil drill draws them to the surface in the course of an exploratory drilling off the shore of Venezuela. The stones are eerie, unearthly, and have strange properties that might make them nothing less than the solution to the world's energy problems. But, before Frik can do anything about them, they disappear. All he can do is challenge the Daredevil's Club, his closest friends, who consider risk a way of life, to find the stones before they are lost forever. They'll have to do battle with eco-terrorists, overcome double-dealing, and dodge death more than once before the final puzzle is complete and they confront an awesome power never before seen by mankind.

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Artifact Reviews


""Artifact is fun, exotic, and fast. The only part of the ending you'll guess is that it's good. And the characters are as exotic and fascinating as its settings, and the story itself."
"--New York Times bestselling author Larry Bond
"A fascinating page-turner with enough spellbinding intrigue to last until the authors' next tale. Full of action with terrific characters and a fast moving plot."
"--New York Times bestselling author Clive Cussler on "Artifact

" A fascinating page-turner with enough spellbinding intrigue to last . . . Full of action with terrific characters and a fast moving plot."

""Artifact" is fun, exotic, and fast. The only part of the ending you'll guess is that it's good. And the characters are as exotic and fascinating as its settings, and the story itself."
"--New York Times" bestselling author Larry Bond

"A fascinating page-turner with enough spellbinding intrigue to last until the authors' next tale. Full of action with terrific characters and a fast moving plot."
"--New York Times" bestselling author Clive Cussler on "Artifact"

About Kevin J. Anderson


Kevin J. Anderson has had more than 30 novels on national and international bestseller lists, including the "Dune" prequels he coauthors with Brian Herbert. He lives in rural Colorado.
Janet Berliner is the Bram Stoker award-winning author of many novels and editor of fine anthologies, including "Peter S. Beagle's Immortal Unicorn." She lives in Las Vegas.
Matthew J. Costello is the award-winning author of many novels. He is also a bestselling game designer, including the acclaimed "Doom 3." He lives north of New York City.
F. Paul Wilson, recognized as a Grand Master at the 2005 World Horror Convention, is the author of many bestselling novels, including the Repairman Jack series. The winner of two Prometheus Awards for Best Libertarian fiction, he lives in New Jersey.

Additional information

GOR008635336
Artifact by Kevin J. Anderson
Kevin J. Anderson
Used - Very Good
Paperback
St Martin's Press
2006-01-27
320
0765340259
9780765340252
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
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